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Creating Corporate Bylaws For Your New Business

  • On Behalf Of: Brian O'Toole
  • Published: May 12, 2017

Part of forming a corporation involves creating corporate bylaws. This document details how your business will operate, what type of procedures it will follow, and provide general guidelines for what it will and will not do during its operational life. In addition, the bylaws will provide descriptions of the duties of the officers and directors as well as how the members will conduct meetings and the procedures for amending the bylaws.

When you form a new business, the bylaws are just one of several documents that you will need to create. Since the process of forming a corporation can seem complicated, it is important to ensure that you are following the legal requirements in Texas. An experienced business law attorney in the Austin area can help you with the various stages of business formation. Read further to find out more about corporate bylaws and why your company needs them.

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